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People who bring their pet dog into national parks 22-Aug-2011 At 9:46:49 AM evanbb
On 22/08/2011 pmonks wrote:
>On 22/08/2011 evanbb wrote:
>>Also, dogs in NPs - Evan says no. Under absolutely no circumstances.
>Disagree - dogs are entirely acceptable, indeed actively encouraged, within
>all areas including NPs, as long as they're part of a stew, pie, cloak,
>picnic rug, etc. Nothing better than seeing dogs being put to good use...
>...well except for seeing cats being put to similar, excellent uses.

There is no where I wouldn't wear a cat-hat.

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